Our Platanus Children Take to the Court

Once again, the opportunity arose for our handball crazed pupils to enter the court with the ‘Füchse Berlin’ before their 2nd home match at the Max-Schmeling-Halle.

Our children excitedly met together before the game and were led by the ‘Füchse’ Crew through the catacombs of the Max-Schmeling-Halle. Afterwards they were each paired with the player they would walk onto the court with. Accompanied by fireworks, the children then entered the court to the cheers of thousands of screaming fans and of course their parents.

After the victory, the children as always had the chance to get autographs from the Berlin players and got to hang out with the team mascot ‘Fuchsi’.

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